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Title: Presentation to the Canadian Sport Tourism Association


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Presentation to the Canadian Sport Tourism
Association April 16, 2009
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OUR VISION
  • The best sporting event ever held in Ontario and
    the best Pan/Parapan American Games ever
  • A 4-year long celebration of communities,
    culture, youth and sport
  • A legacy for sport development and communities
  • Demonstrate internationally capacity and ability
    to host future events
  • A new partnership and collaborative relationship
    between governments, sport community,
    multi-ethnic groups and the private sector

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COMMON INTERESTS
  • Canadian Olympic Committee
  • The COC provided a letter on April 2, 2008
    outlining their support for the bid based on the
    following preconditions
  • Legacy for high performance sport including
    facilities, money or volunteer programs included
    in the bid process
  • Bid is developed as the foundation for a future
    Summer Games Bid
  • Winnability
  • Government of Canada, Province of Ontario,
    Toronto/GGH Community
  • Support the long-term growth and development of
    sport
  • Provide an opportunity to showcase and promote
    our cultural diversity
  • Build a foundation upon which we could better
    compete for other major Games and
  • Create major sports infrastructure accessible to
    all Ontarians and Canadians
  • People in the area
  • May 2008 poll indicated 80 support bid

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GENERAL OVERVIEW
  • BID GROUP
  • The Toronto 2015 Pan and Parapan American Games
    Bid Corporation is leading the bid for the Games,
    with the support of the Government of Canada,
    Province of Ontario, the Host City of Toronto and
    other key participating municipalities, the
    Canadian Olympic Committee, Universities, and
    Private / Not-For-Profit Partners.
  • THE PAN AMERICAN GAMES
  • The Pan American Games are awarded by the Pan
    American Sports Organization (PASO). PASO is the
    continental association of National Olympic
    Committees for the Americas and represents one of
    the rings in the Olympic Flag.
  • The Pan Am and Parapan Am Games are held every 4
    years and feature 10,000 athletes, coaches and
    officials in over 35 sports. There are 26
    Olympic sports, 10 PASO sports and 11 Parapan Am
    sports in the program.

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GENERAL OVERVIEW
  • OTHER BIDDING CITIES
  • Lima, Peru and Bogota, Colombia.
  • DECISION TIMELINE
  • The decision on the 2015 Host City will be made
    in November 2009 at the PASO General Assembly in
    Guadalajara, Mexico.
  • DECISION PROCESS
  • Each of the 42 National Olympic Committee has 1
    vote with the exception of those nations which
    have previously hosted Pan Am Games who hold 2
    votes. There are 10 PASO countries which have 2
    votes instead of one.
  • BENEFITS OF HOSTING
  • Toronto will be a great Host and can provide an
    exceptional athlete experience, solid government
    support and financial commitment, world class
    sport venues and Village, ease of travel, a safe,
    clean environment, extensive broadcast coverage,
    large market, training and development
    opportunities for athletes and coaches pre-games
    and much more!

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GENERAL OVERVIEW BID RATIONALE
  • Ontario has not hosted a major multisport
    international event since the first Commonwealth
    Games (The British Empire Games) in Hamilton
    (1930)
  • A successful Pan Am Games
  • Will promote increased sport participation and
    healthy active living
  • Would support the long-term growth and
    development of high-performance Ontario athletes
  • Make a significant contribution to Ontarios GDP
  • Create thousands of jobs
  • Could attract approximately 250,000 tourists and
  • Bring 8,000 athletes and team officials and an
    additional 2,000 athletes and team officials for
    the Parapan American Games.

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ORGANIZATIONAL FRAMEWORK
  • Bid Secretariat
  • (Apr Oct 2008)
  • Unique approach to bidding for major sport event.
  • The Province of Ontario created a Bid Secretariat
    for the Games within the Ministry of Health
    Promotion.
  • Staffed by the Province with expertise in sport
    hosting, communications, infrastructure planning,
    project management, and policy planning.

Premier
Minister MHP
Deputy MHP
  • Pan/Parapan Am Games Secretariat
  • 12 person team
  • Developed a Business Case, initial capital and
    operating Budget, and illustrative venue strategy
    for provincial and federal approval.
  • Developed Bid Corporation governance structure
  • Developed Communications plan
  • Completed Inter-ministry work through an ADM
    Committee
  • Completed federal, municipal, university, sport
    and other partner engagement

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ORGANIZATIONAL FRAMEWORK
  • Bid Corporation
  • (Oct 08 Dec 09)
  • The Bid Secretariat transitioned into a Bid
    Corporation, led by a Board of Directors.
  • Its mandate is to develop and lead the Toronto
    Bid for the 2015 Pan American Games.
  • Supported by the original Bid Secretariat and
    additional specialized individuals

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ORGANIZATIONAL FRAMEWORK
  • Bid Leadership
  • Honourable David Peterson, Chair
  • Former Premier of Ontario
  • Founding chairman of the Toronto Raptors
    professional basketball team
  • Prominent member of Torontos 2008 Olympic Bid
    Committee
  • Jagoda Pike, President and COO
  • Leader with Hamiltons Commonwealth Games Bid
  • Publisher of the Toronto Star, the single largest
    daily newspaper in Canada

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ORGANIZATIONAL FRAMEWORK
  • Domestic Launch, October 2, 2008
  • Officially launch the bid
  • Introduce the Chair, David Peterson
  • Introduce the President COO, Jagoda Pike
  • Over 500 Sport, Business and Cultural Leaders in
    attendance
  • Positive media coverage received

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ORGANIZATIONAL FRAMEWORK
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FINANCIAL OVERVIEW
  • Bid Budget
  • 100 of Bid Budget is funded by the Province of
    Ontario and the Government of Canada.
  • Bid Budget divided amongst key work areas.
  • New Bid Headquarters opened in November 2008
  • 53 Jarvis St, Suite 300
  • Toronto, ON

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FINANCIAL OVERVIEW
  • Games Budget
  • Total Funding Formula
  • 35 Canada
  • 35 Ontario
  • 30 Municipal, University, Other Partners Games
    Revenues
  • Capital Funding Formula
  • 56 Canada Ontario
  • 44 Municipal, University and Other Partners
  • Operating Funding Formula
  • 81 Canada Ontario
  • 19 Games Revenue
  • No municipal contribution to operating budget

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PARTNERSHIP OVERVIEW
  • Senior Levels of Government
  • Government of Canada
  • Province of Ontario
  • Host City
  • Toronto
  • Other Municipal Partners (16)
  • Hamilton
  • Markham
  • Burlington
  • Whitby
  • Oshawa
  • Mississauga
  • Welland
  • Pickering
  • Ajax
  • Caledon
  • Oro Station
  • Post Secondary Institutions
  • University of Toronto
  • York University
  • McMaster University
  • Ryerson University
  • Durham College
  • Private Sector Partners
  • Including Air Canada Centre, Rogers Centre, Metro
    Toronto Convention Centre, Roy Thomson Hall,
    Powerade Centre, etc…
  • Sport Partners
  • Canadian Olympic Committee
  • Canadian Sport Centre Ontario
  • International Federations
  • Own the Podium / Road to Excellence
  • National / Provincial Sport Organizations

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STAKEHOLDER PARTNER ENGAGEMENT
  • Municipal University Engagement
  • Information Session March 17, 2008
  • Information Session March 28, 2008
  • Venue Inventory Collection, April, 2008
  • Individual Meetings, April/May, 2008
  • Sport Stakeholder Engagement
  • Information Session April 28, 2008
  • Consultation with NSOs at Sport Leadership,
    November, 2008
  • Individual Consultations with NSOs, November
    December, 2008

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INTERNATIONAL COMMUNICATION
Objectives Next 6 Months
  • Increase international media relations efforts to
    generate excitement and support for the bid.
  • Demonstrate Toronto is a serious bid with the
    backing of all three levels of government and is
    supported by the local community.
  • Build support for Torontos bid among PASO
    members.
  • Raise international awareness of a compelling
    Toronto/GGH Bid, particularly among Pan Am Games
    NOCs and influencers.

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INTERNATIONAL BID RELATIONS
  • Beijing Olympics, August, 2008
  • Canadian Olympic Committee hosted a reception in
    Beijing with Premier Dalton McGuinty to meet with
    key sport leaders.
  • Mike Chambers and Premier met with key PASO
    leaders, including President Maria Vazquez Rana.

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INTERNATIONAL BID RELATIONS
  • October 2008
  • First Presentation of Bid to the members of the
    PASO General Assembly
  • Deliver Letter of Intent to Bid
  • Delegation
  • Premier Dalton McGuinty
  • Minister Margarett Best
  • Honourable David Peterson, Chair
  • Jagoda Pike, President and COO
  • Michael Chambers, President, COC
  • Chris Rudge, CEO, COC
  • Alexandra Orlando, Board Member
  • Joe Halstead, Board Member

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INTERNATIONAL BID RELATIONS
  • January 2009
  • Bid Presentation to Caribbean Association of
    National Olympic Committees and Central American
    and Caribbean Sport Organizations.
  • Launched International newsletter to share with
    international community.

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INTERNATIONAL BID RELATIONS
  • March 2009
  • Presentation to the PASO Executive Committee
    meeting in Guadalajara, Mexico.
  • Bid officials met with International Sport
    Federations at Sport Accord Conference in Denver,
    USA, to provide an overview of the sport program
    and venue plans for the 2015 Pan and Parapan
    American Games in Toronto.

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VENUE PLAN
  • February 2009
  • Announcement of Venue Plan
  • Announcement of Games Dates
  • Pan American Games
  • July 10-26, 2015
  • Parapan American Games
  • August 7-14, 2015
  • Principles of the Venue Plan, in priority
  • Use Existing Venues
  • Retrofit Existing Venues
  • Build New

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VENUE PLAN SPORTS PROGRAM
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VENUE PLAN VENUE CLUSTERING
  • Closely Arranged venues provide convenience for
    Games participants of all kinds, while more
    widely-dispersed venues help enhance the market
    penetration and legacy potential of the Games.
    Toronto 2015 has created a venue plan that taps
    into the benefits of both approaches by working
    with a venue cluster model.

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VENUE LEGACY
  • In addition to capital upgrades to existing
    facilities within the Greater Golden Horseshoe,
    the Bid contains a number of legacy facilities
    including
  • Canadian Sport Institute Ontario
  • Competitive Aquatics Centre
  • Athletics Stadium
  • Velodrome
  • Two 50 metre pools
  • Field Hockey venue at U of T
  • 4 new squash show courts
  • Canoe/Kayak Sprint course
  • BMX Course

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Pan American Field Hockey Centre
Description 2 side-by-side Field Hockey Pitches
meeting International Federation
Specifications Cost 12.5M (2014) Partners Go
vernment of Canada Province of Ontario University
of Toronto Location University of Toronto
(Downtown)
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Canadian Sport Institute Ontario / Pan American
Aquatics Centre
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Canadian Sport Institute Ontario / Pan American
Aquatics Centre
  • Description
  • Two 50 metre, 10 lane pools and Dive tank.
  • 14,000 square metre Field House.
  • Games spectator capacity of 10,000 for Aquatics
    and 3,000 in the Field House.
  • Home of the Canadian Sport Institute Ontario.
  • Cost
  • 250M (2014)
  • Partners
  • Government of Canada
  • Province of Ontario
  • University of Toronto
  • City of Toronto
  • Canadian Sport Centre Ontario
  • Location
  • U of T (Scarborough)

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Pan American Velodrome
Description First 250m indoor velodrome meeting
international federation specification in
Canada. Cost 15.1M (2014) Partners Governmen
t of Canada Province of Ontario City of
Hamilton Location Hamilton
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Pan American Stadium
Description Athletics Stadium with 400m track,
15,000 seats and adjacent 400m warm-up
track. Cost 135.8M (2014) Partners Governmen
t of Canada Province of Ontario City of
Hamilton Location Hamilton
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Pan American BMX Course
Description BMX Course meeting international
federation specification. Cost 1.5M
(2014) Partners Government of Canada Province
of Ontario Ontario Place Location Ontario
Place - Toronto
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Two 50M Pools
Description Two new 50M pools with seating for
1,300. Cost 51.8M each (2014) Partners Gover
nment of Canada Province of Ontario McMaster
University Town of Markham Location Hamilton
Markham
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ACTIVITIES ON THE HORIZON
  • April - May 2009
  • Submit Bid Book, by April 30th
  • June July, 2009
  • PASO Evaluation Commission visit - June/July 2009
  • July November, 2009
  • Continue with International relations activities
    Summer/Fall 2009
  • IOC Congress in Copenhagen October 3-5, 2009
  • PASO Host City Decision- November 2009
  • Transfer to Host Corporation - December 2009

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